The following is a collection of experimental mobile apps by interactive developer Devine Lu Linvega, created using openFrameworks.
Created and written by Neven Mrgan & James Moore, Blackbar is a text game and a sci-fi story of a dystopian future told through the medium of word puzzles.
The team behind ‘Clouds’ continue to explore the medium in the latest short film “Drowning of Echo”, an interpretation of the Transformation of Echo & the story of Narcissus from Ovid’s Metamorphoses
The Carp and the Seagull is an interactive short film about one man’s encounter with the spirit world and his fall from grace. It is a user driven narrative that tells a single story through the prism of two connected spaces. One space is the natural world and the other is the spirit or nether world.
Created by Kei Shiratori, Takeshi Mukai and Younghyo Bak, ARART is an application that “breathes life into objects” or more specifically well-known art masterpieces. When overlaying ARART onto a well-known painting, a new story will unfold. Other examples include “Alice in Wonderland”, CD or record and so forth.
“The fireflies are leaving the city, looking for a new home. Let your touch guide them as they soar through the skies and dance among the trees” is the description of an experimental video game ‘Flight of the Fireflies’ by Jonathan Hise Kaldma that takes you on an atmospheric journey through places and emotions. The focus of the game is not on the challenge – but on the experience.
Few months ago Berg posted concept material for Suwappu, their toy design project with Dentsu. The project is based around woodland creatures that talk to one-another when you watch them through your phone camera, a form of AR. Whilst still only a concept at that time, Matt Webb has posted latest details on Berg’s blog including the iPhone app […]